Sheriff delivers Christmas trees in Mashpee fully wrapped and ready

They come bearing Christmas trees –
Members of the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office join officials at the Quashnet School in Mashpee as they prepare to deliver trees, live and wrapped, to several families who surely appreciated the gesture.  The two from the Office of Sheriff Jim Cummings are John Gillen (far left) and Shaun Cahill (second from right).   School principal MaryKate O’Brien is on the right and assistant principal Suzanne Avtges is in the middle.

Cahill and Avtges got the trees from Brian Morrison, a Barnstable police officer, who  in turn got them from local business owner E.J. Jaxtimer. Morrison gave most of the trees to families in Barnstable, but because the police officer works closely with Cahill and Gillen he put some aside for Mashpee as well.
Media release and photos furnished by Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office
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